Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for barns.  They seem to be keeping me afloat, during this softball season, and providing me with landscape photo, after landscape photo.  

Not only am I nearing the end of the school season, but softball season will be drawing to a close pretty soon.  This means I will be back among the living in blogland, and life, really.







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  1. beautiful scene...the boys just had their last track meet yesterday...now finishing up baseball...supposed to have a game tonight but i know we'll be rained out :(

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  2. Hello Michelle!:) A beautifully situated barn in a lovely landscape.

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  3. love the terrain you have in ky. and a silo! :)

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  4. A very pretty country scene. Never been to Kentucky, but I understand it is a nice place.

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  5. What a gorgeous scene. Glad you will get to slow down some soon. Have a wonderful day!

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  6. What a great country scene you found!

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  7. Hello, love the barn and the flash of yellow. Pretty scene. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  8. What a treasure!!! And of course, I love baseball...tho, softball is different in a way, it's still a GREAT sport.

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  9. Beautiful barn in your lovely part of the world!

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  10. Is that a grain silo.
    Merle.........

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  11. Softball fields around here are muddy.

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  12. They really do make for great landscape photography, and yes, something to be thankful for!

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  13. Michelle...It was good hearing from you tonight. I agree...the rural life and the barns keeps us going to though we have long passed softball, soccer, and lacrosse. Just two old retired folk. Nice silo. genie

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  14. Happy end of the school year! I know you're excited!

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  15. I hope your free time gives you the stress free and joyful days you yearn for. I adore the silo on that barn! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  16. Oh, the beautiful stories that are within this structure.

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  17. Hang in there, Michelle. When she is out of the house, you will think back on the softball games nostalgically. My daughter played softball and I miss those games.

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